Entries by Richard

Jensen Service Bulletins by Richard Calver

Geoff Kingston provide the following information This morning the postman delivered another new book produced and edited by Richard Calver. It is an edited reproduction of the original factory service bulletins mainly for the home market and non-USA market V8 cars covering the period 1963 to 1976 , so CV8, Interceptor and FF with the […]

NEC Classic Motor Show 2022 – Call for Cars!

Join us at the UK’s biggest and best Classic Motor Show Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with discovery+ Friday 11 – Sunday 13 November 2022 NEC Birmingham Save by booking tickets in advance at www.necclassicmotorshow.com Club members save £4 off single-day adult tickets or £2 off other ticket types by quoting the club code published […]

Upcoming Events in the South West

Here are some of the open events taking place . (Already shown in the May Newsletter!) Wadebridge Wheels – Royal Cornwall Show Grounds – 17th July 2022. A very large show held over one day, the show ground has many tarmac roadways therefore usually a very short run on the grass to get in position. […]

Shelsley Walsh Classic Nostalgia

Shelsley Walsh Classic Nostalgia This event is now in its 11th year and has in the past been a great venue to see a selection of interesting cars and view a great sporting event, see www.classicnostalgia.co.uk .  It would be possible to organise a BODA event if we had sufficient members interested in attending.  Entry […]

BODA Regional Co-ordinators

We want to develop better links across the membership.  In the UK we are setting up regions based on geographical areas. We now have coordinators for the South West, South East and Ireland Regions but we need volunteers for the rest of the country. It is hoped that the co-ordinator would look to arrange gatherings […]

BODA at NEC 2021

Over 63,000 people came to the show this year. The BODA stand had a good footfall considering the number of visitors, which was well down on normal.  Several people showed interest in joining the club and one signed up on the stand. We had three cars a 403 and two 411’s to show. Many thanks […]

Pegasus Parts News

The Pegasus team felt an update on recent and current projects might be of interest to members. Recently, the supplier we had secured for windscreen rubbers decided to retire and his equipment was sold to a supplier who relocated to Poland and so our source was lost.  I am glad to say Bill Lawson has […]

“Munich Masterpiece”

For the historically interested amongst us, there is an interesting article in June 2021 issue of The Automobile magazine. Delwyn Mallett relates the story behind the development of the BMW 328 including its remarkable engine which of course eventually went on the power the Bristol 2-litre cars. The author eventually fulfils his dream of getting […]